6’3 Zion Collins 2024 has all the physical tools and intangibles to become a high-level guard. He is a terrific playmaker who has the IQ and passing ability to really create for his teammates and put them in a great position to score. He showed a great blend of scoring ability from all three levels on the court. He shoots the ball well and knocks down tough shots. He attacks the basket and gets to the lane at will; he is a very crafty finisher who draws contact and gets to the free throw line. He has an uncanny ability to lead his team and control the pace of the game; he has the ability to change speed quickly. As he continues to grow and develop, look for him to be a hot topic amongst college coaches.
6’3 Jay Mitchell 2021 had an outstanding day and was extremely impressive. How hard he plays immediately stands out as you watch him compete. He has a great body with a load of athleticism that is eye-catching. He is a do-all type of player that affects the game in every aspect. He is a great defender who really keeps players in front of him; also a great shot blocker for his size. Offensively, he attacks the basket relentlessly and finishes above the rim through contact. He showed the ability to get to his spots and really knock down open shots. He has a great motor and seems to be everywhere on the floor. He is a very low-risk high return to player type of player that will be a great steal for college coaches.
6’4 Trevor Kelly 2021 really showed the ability to knock down shots from all over the court. He has a knack for finding the gaps in the defense and plugging them, putting himself in a great position to catch and shoot. He showed a sneaky athleticism that really displayed when in transition, throwing down a few very nice dunks. He rebounded the ball well for his size and had the ability to push it in transition and make the right play.
6’7 Saiquone Harris 2021 is a super versatile player that can be a very good piece for any school. He has the ability to handle the ball and create for both himself and his teammates. He can really get out in transition and finish above the rim. He consistently knocks down open shots; has the ability to easily take over a game. Watching him play, you immediately see the potential with the size and skillset. With the right mindset, this kid can easily become a big-time player for a program.
6’4 Kobe Jones 2021 showed the ability to really sit down and defend. Uses his freakish athleticism and quickness to guard all guard and wing positions and consistently force turnovers. Offensively, he thrives in transition and is a highlight waiting to happen. Attacks the basket and looks to finish above the rim every single time down. He has the ability to use a combination of his athleticism, body, and quickness to generate contact and get to the free-throw line. Absolutely loved how hard he played today.